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Personal Effectiveness Competencies Outcomes
Essential competencies often referred to as soft skills by employers.Browse by Industry Browse by Occupation
Workplace Competencies Outcomes
Skills and abilities that allow individuals to function in an organizational setting.Browse by Industry Browse by Occupation
Academic Competencies Outcomes
Critical competencies learned in the academic setting, cognitive functions and thinking styles.Browse by Industry Browse by Occupation
Using logical thought processes to analyze information and draw conclusions.
Functional and critical thinking skills related to information, media, and technology.
Listening, speaking, and signaling so others can understand (with accommodation if necessary).
Industry-Wide Technical Competencies Outcomes
Knowledge, skills and abilities needed by all occupations within an industry.Browse by Industry Browse by Occupation
Understanding the basic components and culture of the Health Industry.
The use of technology to control and safeguard the collection, organization, structure, processing and delivery of data.
Formulating new ideas for and applications of processes and products.
Industry-Specific Technical Competencies Outcomes
Knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics needed by all occupations within an industry segment.Browse by Industry Browse by Occupation
Interacting with a patient or client in a safe, informative, respectful, and effective manner with the goal of communicating medical information or providing patient-centered care.
Using standard documentation procedures to collect and communicate appropriate health information within legal and regulatory requirements.
Using hardware and software to maintain consistent operation of processes, unit operations and systems of processes and unit operations.